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Additionally, when a position becomes available, the City of Brea Human Resources division issues an announcement for the position, known as a “Career Opportunity Bulletin.” The bulletin contains the salary range, information on the position, the application and selection process, examples of duties and essential qualifications, including education, experience and applicable licenses and certificates. You may visit the Human Resources division to review the current bulletins. For certain positions, the City of Brea may also advertise available positions in local newspapers or industry trade publications.
Computer access is also available at the public kiosk located on the third floor main reception area at the Brea Civic & Cultural Center.
If you need assistance completing the online employment application please contact (714)990-7600.
--Occasionally, a completed supplemental questionnaire will be required along with the employment application. The supplemental questionnaire focuses on the key responsibilities of the position for which you are applying, and allows you to elaborate on your previous experience in areas of particular relevance to the job. Make sure you fully complete this important addendum to the application.
--When applying on-line please make sure your application is received in the Human Resources division by the filing deadline. Postmarks, emails, facsimiles and hand delivieries cannot be accepted.
Several high priority projects include replacement and up sizing of sewer mains along Brea Creek Channel and areas south of Imperial Highway. These projects are expected to be completed within the first five years after adoption of new rates.